Black History Month is a prominent month in the calendar every single year. With people celebrating their family and friends on social media, and businesses praising their black employees, there’s an outpour of support throughout the month of October. However, it’s a sad truth that, for many of the above, that’s where it begins and ends.
Celebrating the lives of black people is about much more than a social media post or sending out a company-wide email.
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